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we should be putting our energy. why can't we take this story and make real change? >> i think that's absolutely true. one of my reasons if we did air them would be -- this is not journalistically cool to say so, but to try to once again put this in the public to see whether it changes people's opinions. because there were lots of promises made. there were lots of promises made in the aftermath. and i know you were right. you said nothing would change and you were right. but that's an appalling way to be right. >> actually i disagree withdrew a little bit. i'm not sure it's our job to push change. >> i agree with that. >> it's not about pushing change. >> to say we want laws to go one way or the other. i. >> it may not be your job but i feel like it's my job from. my perspective, mental health professionals can't intervene in crises effectively. there need to be a kind of procedure put in place that allows people who note difference to do their job. >> i want to give you an example from a different set of facts when we were covering bosnia, any number of horrors in the field. i used
plant can produce enough energy for about 600,000 homes. generating electricity that's cleaner and reliable, with fewer emissions-- it matters. ♪ >>> welcome back. new study out this week got us talking. researchers in pennsylvania did a bunch of brain scans, found that the brains of men and women are actually wired differently. men have more neural connections from the front to back of the brains while women have more from the left to right. theks plains why men may be better at tasks involving perceptions and coordination and women may be better analyzing and intuition. anthropologist at rutgers university is author of "the first sex the natural talents of women and how they're changing the world." do you believe that there are neural differences? >> there's so much information. this is just the newest article on it. no reason why men and women wouldn't be alike. for millions of years they did different jobs. natural selection weeded out workers and selections of the brains of people who could do the work. men and women have very different skills. but we were built to put o
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